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Cyber criminals are trying to commit payroll fraud by sending fake emails requesting a change to your bank details. The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is aware that fraudulent emails have been received by organisations across Australia.
Latest threat adviceNovember 2019
Overview The Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) has observed an ongoing and widespread campaign of malicious emails designed to spread Emotet across a variety of sectors in the Australian economy, including critical infrastructure providers and government agencies.
Latest threat adviceAugust 2018
The Australian Cyber Security Centre provides you with up-to-date advice on current threats and vulnerabilities, as well as guidance on mitigation and cyber security best practice.
The Australian Internet Security Initiative (AISI) started in November 2005 and has progressively expanded since then. As of April 2018 the AISI has 155 members, including 20 educational institutions. View the current list of AISI members.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is aware of malicious emails claiming to be from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) that are being received by Australians.
Always question unexpected requests for your personal or financial information, and keep your passwords safe. Netflix warned subscribers at the weekend about a malicious email campaign that entices users to follow a 'link' to update bank details, but which instead gives cyber criminals access to your bank account.
This week is national Privacy Awareness Week, an annual initiative of the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) that raises awareness of privacy issues and the importance of protecting personal information. Malicious or criminal attacks are deliberately crafted to exploit known vulnerabilities for financial or other gain. Many cyber incidents exploit vulnerabilities involving a
The Australian Signals Directorate’s Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is investigating a widespread malware campaign known as Emotet. Emotet is a Trojan virus delivered via emails sent with malicious attachments.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC) is aware of malicious emails that are falsely advising Australians that their account has violated Paypal rules. These phishing emails try to lure the recipient into sharing personal information, which could then be used for identity theft and financial gain by cyber criminals.
Cybercrime and cyber-enabled crime is harming more and more Australians every day, and it’s time to reverse the threat.